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Nov 11 09:06

It's back! (again): Polar Vortex to bring snow chaos to Thanksgiving for most of the north… after Arctic blast chills the country this weekend

Unseasonably cold temperatures are threatening to dip to record lows this weekend in the northeast and midwest United States – with some forecasts predicting snow for the days leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday.

Meteorologists say that a frigid blanket of Arctic air known as a Polar Vortex will cover much of the country just as it prepares for the Thanksgiving feast beginning next week.

The Polar Vortex is a massive area of cold air high up in the atmosphere that normally hovers over the poles.

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Nov 10 09:44

Record Breaking Arctic Blast to Bring Frigid Temperatures to Millions

This Arctic blast means business. The frigid air mass first entered the lower 48 states on Wednesday, and on Thursday morning, air temperatures were in the single digits Fahrenheit in Minnesota, and below zero Fahrenheit in North Dakota.

Nov 09 08:50

Reddit is just now learning that climate change conspiracy-theorist Bill Nye is a totally clueless loser.

SAD!

Bill Nye had an AMA today...or I should say his farewell AMA today.

Gets shredded on AMA today and doesn't answer any questions!

Nov 08 11:10

NASA Has More Evidence Volcanic Activity Is Heating Up Antarctica’s Ice Sheet

Ancient underground streams of heated rock, called a mantle plume, might be an explanation for the instability of Antarctica’s western ice sheet, according to a new NASA study.

Scientists have been debating whether or not mantle plume heat contributes to western Antarctica’s instability. Some recent studies provided evidence this might be the case, but even this study’s authors were skeptical.

“I thought it was crazy,” Hélène Seroussi, the study’s co-author and scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said in a release.

“I didn’t see how we could have that amount of heat and still have ice on top of it,” Seroussi said in a statement.

Nov 08 09:54

Prince Charles lobbied to alter climate change policy after his estate secretly invested £86,000 in an offshore firm that would benefit from a rule change, Paradise Papers reveal

Prince Charles lobbied to alter climate change policy after his estate secretly bought shares in an offshore company that would benefit from a rule change, the Paradise Papers have revealed.

It was claimed the Duchy of Cornwall invested $113,500 (£86,000) in an offshore carbon credits firm run by a close friend.

The prince made a series of speeches on the rules surrounding carbon credits following the Duchy of Cornwall’s purchase of shares in Sustainable Forestry Management (SFM).

The duchy almost tripled the value of its investment in just over a year.

Nov 07 12:37

Here’s How to Deal With Overpopulation

Anytime someone in an elite or powerful position starts saying the population is too high we should get worried. You can bet it isn’t their friends and family that they are talking about overpopulating the Earth.

Of course, they are talking about people whom they consider peasants. Definitely me, and probably you too. We are the ones crowding this little planet, and we are the ones whose carbon footprint they say is a problem. Nevermind that the elites burn more carbon flying to their global warming conferences than I use in a year.

But these elites are just so amazingly unimaginative. Either that or they just don’t want to find a solution to accommodate Earth’s growing population.

Nov 06 10:05

It's been snowing in Plymouth today

Weather forecasters predicted that the winter of 2017 could be one of the coldest in a decade.

Nov 05 09:58

At Washington State, Stanford played in the snow for the first time since WHEN? (1936)

Nov 04 06:13

BEX ALERT! U.S. report contradicts Trump team: Warming is mostly man-made

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Scientists calculated that human contribution to warming since 1950 is between 92% and 123%. It’s more than 100% on one end because some natural forces — such as volcanoes and orbital cycle — are working to cool Earth, but are being overwhelmed by the effects of greenhouse gases, said study co-author Katharine Hayhoe of Texas Tech.

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"Figures often beguile me," he wrote, "particularly when I have the arranging of them myself; in which case the remark attributed to Disraeli would often apply with justice and force: 'There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.'" - Samuel Clemens, a.k.a. Mark Twain

Nov 02 09:40

Delingpole: Trump Vindicated; Now Even the UN Confirms That the Paris Climate Accord Was a Complete Waste of Space

The United Nations has officially confirmed what many of us, including President Trump, knew already: the Paris climate accord was a complete waste of space.

As UN Environment admits in its latest Emissions Shortfall report, even when you add up all the CO2 reduction pledges made by all the signatory nations at Paris, it still comes to only a third of what is supposedly necessary to stop the world warming by more than 2 degrees C by the end of this century.

Oct 31 09:03

Over 1.1 million without power as strong coastal low hits US East Coast

A strong coastal low pressure system hit the Eastern United States, unleashing heavy rain and strong winds Sunday night into Monday, October 30, 2017. The storm caused both flash and river flooding, and downed trees and power lines, leaving more than 1 million customers without power.

Oct 31 08:14

GERMAN WIND FARMS TO BE TERMINATED AS SUBSIDIES RUN OUT

Wind power is the most important component of Germany’s green energy transition. The end of subsides for older turbines, however, threatens countless wind farms. By 2023, more than a quarter of Germany’s onshore wind farms may be gone.

Oct 26 09:35

Climate change might be WORSE than we think after scientists find huge mistake in temperature estimates of Earth's ancient oceans

Climate change might be even worse than we think, according to a new study that is challenging the way we measure ocean temperatures.

Scientists suggest that the method used to understand sea temperatures in the past is based on a mistake, meaning our understanding of climate change may be flawed.

The findings indicate that oceans in the past were much colder than thought, meaning that temperatures may be increasing quicker now than realised.

Oct 25 10:21

Scientists plan to halt global warming by DIMMING the sun

Experts are considering ploughing sulphate aerosols into the upper atmosphere which would cause some of the suns rays to be reflected back out into space.

This could potentially cool the Earth down and help counter the effects of climate change, scientists say.

Oct 25 09:47

BBC apologises for allowing climate sceptic Lord Lawson to make 'contestable' claim that temperatures around the world had not risen over the last 10 years

The Corporation had initially rejected complaints from viewers, claiming that it was important to give air time to 'dissenting voices' in the pursuit of fairness.

However it eventually bowed to pressure and admitted that it breached its own editorial guidelines on accuracy and impartiality.

Andrew Bridgen, Tory MP for North West Leicestershire told Mail Online: 'If the BBC had to apologise for every inaccuracy a Labour politician made on air they would never be able to have a Labour politician on.

'The position sounds rather extreme to me – the BBC very seldom allow climate sceptics on the programme.'

Oct 25 04:11

Sham science: Following the global warming model, leftists embrace quackery to attack conservative positions

So when the leftist political and MSM establishments attempt to explain to you that gun murders are a national health problem or the president is unhinged because “doctors said so,” remember what Big Tobacco used to tell Americans: “More doctors smoke camels than any other cigarette.”

Oct 23 08:28

Snow, rain make for messy drive around Snoqualmie Pass

The snow and heavy rain mixture got messy for drivers around the Snoqualmie Pass on Saturday night.

Relentless rain turned snow into slush, packing a one two punch for drivers struggling to control their cars on slick roads.

“Winter is here,” said driver Lee White. “It could be snowing, raining and sunny at the same time.”

One Snoqualmie Pass gas station became a refuge for driver’s tip-toeing through slushy mush and dodging falling snow bombs.

Oct 23 08:12

Report: Most Signatories Are ‘Ignoring’ or ‘Abandoning’ Paris Climate Commitments

Following President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord, a number of other nations have quietly begun ignoring the Paris energy goals, according to a new report out of Canada.

Oct 23 08:11

Report: Renewable Energy Is Bigger ‘Scam’ than Bernie Madoff and Enron

While sinking enormous financial resources into propping up renewable energy prospectors, national governments are providing no perceptible benefits to their citizens, writes Judith Sloan, a renowned Australian economist who has served on the Australian government’s Productivity Commission.

“With very few exceptions, governments all over the world have fallen into the trap of paying renewable energy scammers on the basis that it is necessary, at least politically, to be seen to be doing something about climate change,” Sloan writes, before providing readers with an avalanche of economic data to back up her assertion.

In Australia, more than 2 billion taxpayer dollars a year are funneled to renewable energy handlers by virtue of the operation of the renewable energy target and the associated renewable energy certificates, Sloan observes.

Oct 20 08:17

What Is Sustainable Development? - corbettreport


Published on Oct 20, 2017SHOW NOTES AND MP3: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=24543

We've all heard of "sustainable development," but what does it actually mean? Is it really about protecting the earth, or is it just another tool for foisting an agenda of carbon eugenics and technocracy? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we rip off the green mask of the oiligarchs and expose the 2030 Agenda for what it really is.

Oct 19 09:12

Industry Group Warns German “Electricity Prices To Rise Significantly”, Fueled By Green Energies!

One thing is clear: Germans were fooled and deceived by politicians and activists into thinking that the transition to renewable energies would not cost much, reduce pollutants, create a clean environment, improve the climate and create many jobs.

None of these have come true.

Electricity prices have skyrocketed, the landscape is being industrialized and Germany has not reduced its greenhouse gases in more than 7 years. Moreover the climate is still the same. Now Germany’s industrial base is eroding.

Oct 19 09:09

Mark Steyn - IPCC Official Admits Global Warming Is A Lie To Redistribute Wealth

Oct 19 08:12

5,000-mile long 'river in the sky' to deliver heavy rain, feet of snow to Northwest

An atmospheric river is poised to funnel gigantic amounts of rain and snow to the Northwest over the next few days.

Oct 17 09:28

Penguins die in 'catastrophic' Antarctic breeding season

All but two Adelie penguin chicks have starved to death in their east Antarctic colony, in a breeding season described as "catastrophic" by experts.

It was caused by unusually high amounts of ice late in the season, meaning adults had to travel further for food.

It is the second bad season in five years after no chicks survived in 2015.

Oct 16 11:23

Penguins die in 'catastrophic' Antarctic breeding season

All but two Adelie penguin chicks have starved to death in their east Antarctic colony, in a breeding season described as "catastrophic" by experts.

It was caused by unusually high amounts of ice late in the season, meaning adults had to travel further for food.

It is the second bad season in five years after no chicks survived in 2015.

Oct 16 08:40

NASA confirms – Sea levels FALLING across the planet

Where is that water going? It is being locked up on land as snow and ice.

Oct 12 15:34

NASA Pinpoints Cause of Earth's Recent Record Carbon Dioxide Spike

A new NASA study provides space-based evidence that Earth's tropical regions were the cause of the largest annual increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration seen in at least 2,000 years.

Oct 12 09:02

Climate Scientists Ignore Up To Ten Million Underwater Volcanoes

We’ve learned a lot in the last 25 years, especially when it comes to underwater volcanoes. When I began researching and writing Not by Fire but by Ice in 1991, scientists guestimated that there were 10,000 submarine volcanoes in the entire world.

Two years later, marine geophysicists discovered 1,133 previously unmapped underwater volcanoes off the coast of Easter Island.

And they were huge. (Still are.) Some of the newly-found volcanoes rose almost 1½ miles above the seafloor. Even then, their peaks remained about 1½ miles below the water’s surface. They’re packed into a relatively small area about the size of New York state.

We have no idea how many volcanoes may be lurking beneath the seas. What we do know, is that they are pumping awesome amounts of re-hot basalt – up to 1,200ºC (2,200ºF) hot – into the inky black water.

Oct 11 11:11

Beijing Receives Year's First Snowfall

Another notoriously short autumn has drawn to a close as Beijing welcomed its very first snowfall early this morning.

Snow was reported in the Haituo Mountain area in Beijing's northern Yanqing District as well as on Mentougou Mountain, located just 100 kilometers west of the city's center. Additionally, snowfall was reported on Foye Peak southeast of the city in Hebei Province.

Oct 11 08:07

Nobel Laureate in Physics; "Global Warming is Pseudoscience"


Professor Ivar Giaever, the 1973 Nobel Prizewinner for Physics trashes the global warming/climate change/extreme weather pseudoscientific clap-trap and tells Obama he is "Dead Wrong".

Oct 10 11:35

When will it stop snowing?

Snow is forecast through Monday morning with melting on the warm pavement for the Denver metro area and lower elevation along the Front Range.

For the foothills and mountain areas, some of the snow will create slushy, icy roads at elevations above 7,000 feet.

Snow will be ending before 4 p.m.

Expect a hard freeze Tuesday morning with temperatures down in the lower and middle 20s

Oct 10 10:06

Report: Renewable Energy Is Bigger ‘Scam’ than Bernie Madoff and Enron

While sinking enormous financial resources into propping up renewable energy prospectors, national governments are providing no perceptible benefits to their citizens, writes Judith Sloan, a renowned Australian economist who has served on the Australian government’s Productivity Commission.

Oct 09 09:32

IT’S SNOWING ON SKI SLOPES ALL OVER THE WORLD

It’s currently snowing on ski slopes all over the world.

Ski areas in the Alps have reported up to 20cm of fresh snow in the past 24 hours – around 15 glacier ski areas are already open and have great conditions.

Oct 04 09:57

First Blizzard of the Season Breaks October Snow Record in Havre, Montana; Up to 30 Inches Reported

The first blizzard of the season resulted in widespread power outages and downed trees in parts of Montana. Treacherous travel conditions and additional power outages were also observed across other portions of the northern and central Rockies as an early-season snowstorm swept through the region.

Oct 04 08:10

Warmists Are Making A Big Push To Come After Cows

it’s hard to have a discussion on methane when it devolves into cow farts. But, they are giving it a shot, starting with a study being pimped that states that the methane output from agriculture, mostly meaning cows, is 11 percent higher than previously thought.

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Oct 03 08:53

Colorado mountains could get as much as 2 feet of snow in first significant storm of the season

The snow started Sunday and is expected to remain until late Monday night, creating travel hazards

Oct 01 12:25

Don’t look now, but Arctic sea ice mass has grown almost 40% since 2012

Astoundingly, the mainstream media, in spite of having this information at their fingertips, continues to spout the same old global warming nonsense.

Sep 30 07:47

California Seeks Ban On Fossil Fuel Cars, Laying The Groundwork To Ban Humans From The Road

By Aaron Kesel

California known as the sunny state is eyeing a ban on sales of fossil-fuel cars in hopes of reducing carbon emissions as they seed the deeper agenda to eventually ban humans from driving as we switch to an autonomous lifestyle.

California Gov. Jerry Brown has reportedly “expressed an interest” in the restrictions, according to Bloomberg, which cited California Air Resources Board (CARB) chair, Mary Nichols.

California may become the first U.S. territory to take action, similar to China, France, and the UK—all of which plan to phase out gas- and diesel-car sales over the next three decades...

Sep 28 18:40

Heatwave Of September 28, 1953

Rain and snow today, but on this date in 1953, much of the Midwest was over 100 degrees. It was 109 in Texas, and 107 in Oklahoma and Kansas.

Sep 28 17:54

Inconvenient? Record Arctic Sea Ice Growth In September

According to data from The Danish Meteorological Institute, since hitting its earliest minimum extent since 1997, Arctic sea ice has been expanding at a phenomenal rate.

As notalotofpeopleknowthat blog details, it is already greater than at the same date in 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2015.

Put another way, it is the fourth highest extent in the last ten years.

Even more remarkably, ice growth since the start of the month is actually the greatest on record, since daily figures started to be kept in 1987.

Sep 28 12:48

Modern Solar Grand Maximum Ends: ‘Little Ice Age’ Cooling Coming!

During the 20th and early 21st centuries, Earth’s inhabitants have enjoyed an epoch of very high solar activity that is rare or unique in the context of the last several thousand years. The higher solar activity and warmer temperatures have allowed the planet to briefly emerge from the depths of the successive solar minima periods and “Little Ice Age” cooling that lasted from the 1300s to the early 1900s. Unfortunately, solar scientists have increasingly been forecasting a return to a solar minimum period in the coming decades, as well as the concomitant cooler temperatures.

Sep 28 11:14

Canada Investigates “Climate Change Deniers”

It’s great that in the scientific community, you are always free to disagree. In fact, it is encouraged!

Just kidding!

When it comes to climate change, you better tout the official story or keep your mouth shut.

It started when the global warming alarmists started saying, “Case closed! No more debate!” Of course, that was before they changed it to climate change. I guess it wasn’t so cut and dry after all.

Then they moved on to alienating and ruining the careers of anyone who disagreed or even tried to discuss it rationally. They treated you as a pariah if you even questioned the “fact” that humans caused climate change. Heresy!

Sep 27 18:50

Ministers should cut carbon emissions to ZERO by 2050 or face legal action, says UK's former chief scientific adviser

Ministers should tighten the UK's climate change target or face legal action, the country's former top scientist has said.

Sep 27 07:23

10 Often-Forgotten Items You Better Stockpile For Winter

The sun is beating down, it’s somewhere around 80 degrees in the shade, there are hot dogs and fresh corn-on-the-cob corn on the grill, and the kids are splashing around in the pool. What time is it? It’s time to start stockpiling for winter, of course.

Even though it seems like snow and cold are in the far-distant future, there is no better time to start collecting necessities for winter than right now. By “winter necessities,” I do not mean items which are specifically related to weather, like snow shovels and roof rakes and sidewalk salt and windshield scrapers or winter clothing like sweaters and hats and mittens and boots. Although I would never discourage you from acquiring any of those things now if you can, there might not be adequate selections in stores quite yet.

Sep 25 09:33

Yes, it snows in Arab countries ... and we have the photos to prove it

As summer draws to a close, many are starting to miss the sunny trimester already.

But while the Middle East is more known for its heat, its sunny beaches, and sailing escapades, little do people know that we actually love snow too - even more so when it happens to fall here.

Yes, you read that right. Snow does fall in the Middle East. Not everywhere, and not consistently, but it does happen.

Here are just a few examples that we are oh-so-looking-forward-to this winter!

Sep 25 09:33

Early-season snow closes roads Sunday in northern Utah

Early-season snow continued to fall around northern Utah, with a few first-of-the-season road closures.

Guardsman Pass was closed at about 2:30 p.m., according to Utah Department of Transportation. The pass was closed on both the east and west sides. Both state Route 190 and Route 224 were closed at the pass, UDOT said.

Guardsman Pass will be closed until at least 9 a.m. Monday, according to the UDOT traffic website.

Sep 25 07:37

How the Democratic Party Has Incurred Major Electoral Losses by Its Mistaken Support for Climate Alarmism

For inexplicable reasons the Democratic Party has in many ways made itself the “Green Party,” and thereby has incurred major electoral losses. Each time it loses as a result of its increasingly green ideology, it has responded by doubling down on its green bet. The underlying miscalculation they have made is a result of the fact that the presidency is decided by electoral votes, not popular votes. Most of the “environmentalists” live in strongly blue states and the red state “environmentalists” are widely scattered in the few large towns, particularly college towns. This was very evident in the 2016 election when Clinton won the popular vote but lost the electoral vote, with much of her surplus of popular votes coming from California. Hillary Clinton has now confirmed this view by writing that her statement on the loss of coal mining jobs was the single greatest mistake of her campaign.

Sep 24 11:20

WTF? “Black Sky” drill went live just two days before Hurricane Harvey made landfall

Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas on August 25 just two days after the Electric Infrastructure Security Council (EIS) held its annual EARTH EX drill which focused on a “Black Sky” event.

According to literature found on the EIS Council’s official website, ‘severe malicious or natural “Black Sky” hazards’ pose a risk to critical infrastructure and on a “sub-continent scale” which may lead to cascading long-term “power outages” thus creating “a grim and difficult dilemma” because of the fact that the “restoration of any sector will only be possible with at least minimal operation of all the others.”

Sep 24 09:19

Global Warming Causes Early N. Hemisphere Snow and Arctic Ice Increase

Sep 23 10:38

Early winter? Snow closes passes, cold surprises some visitors

The last time Caltrans District 10 had to close Highway 108 and Sonora Pass this early in September due to snow was Sept. 20, 2007

Sep 23 10:38

Goodbye Summer, Hello Winter | It's Snowing In The West

Well, right on cue as today is technically the last day of Summer, the skies have opened up & teased us with the frothy goodness we all love; snow. Winter is here on the West Coast and people from all over have been checking in with variable amounts of the white stuff.

Sep 23 10:37

Snow Falls In The Sierra Nevada On Summer's Last Full Day

It's still technically summer — the autumnal equinox doesn't arrive until 4:02 p.m. ET Friday.

It was a tad unusual then to see it snowing Thursday in the Sierra Nevada, the mountain range that is shared by California and Nevada. It usually doesn't snow there for about another month.

Sep 23 10:37

Winter is definitely coming - it’s already snowing in northern Spain

It’s still hot and sunny in southern Spain and beach lovers are jetting out there for a last blast of sunshine before autumn sets in. But it’s a different story in parts of northern Spain where snow has fallen this week, much earlier in the season than normal.

Sep 22 09:32

On last day of summer, California hit by snow, hail

Snow fell in Sierra Nevada on the last day of summer, giving the towering mountain range shared by California and Nevada a wintry look in September and making travel hazardous.

Mammoth Lakes got more than a dusting Thursday in the first snowfall of the season, with 3 inches reported in the village. Snow coated the roads so heavily that the plows were out, and locals left footprints on sidewalks.

Sixteen vehicles crashed on Interstate 80 as snow and hail fell Thursday, killing a man driving a pickup and causing minor injuries to other people, California Highway Patrol Officer Chris Nave said.

Snow dusted peaks in Yosemite National Park and temporarily closed Tioga Pass road, the soaring eastern entry to the park that typically doesn’t become impassable until mid-November.

Several inches of snow were expected at elevations of at least 6,000 feet in the northern Sierra, National Weather Service forecaster Hannah Chandler said in Sacramento.

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